Trinidadian artist GA Gardner’s work a part of Speak My Name

By Holly Bynoe Saturday, November 5th, 2011 Categories: Diaspora, Exhibitions, Updates

GA Gardner will be a part of the exhibition “Speak My Name” James E Lewis Museum of Art at Morgan State University. Opening Reception November 10th. 6-8pm. Exhibit ends January 4.“Black Male Identity: Speak My Name” is conceptually influenced by Ralph Ellison’s novel, “Invisible Man,” and the book’s nameless hero, who shares his personal journal in reclaiming his identity as a black male.

GA Gardner PPS 101. Mixed media.

Artists include: Lavett Ballard, Rams Brisueno, MA Booker, Eric Briscoe, David Brown, Larry Brown, Brandon Buckson, Schroeder Cherry Colette Veasey-Cullors, Jenai Davis, Thommy Davis, Bobby English, Matthew Freel, Garth Gardner, David Allen Harris, Winston Harris, John Holyfield, Guy Jones, Tiffany Jones, Ursula Cain-Jordan, Joe Lewis, Fletcher Mackey, Charles McGill, Ashley Milburn, Jefferson Pinder, Ernest Shaw, Amy Sherald, Frank Smith, Sulaymaan, Ken Royster and Tobechi Tobechukwu.

Read more about the opening and event here.

Holly Bynoe
Holly Bynoe

Holly Bynoe is a curator, visual artist and writer based in the Caribbean. She is the Executive Director of ARC Magazine, and a graduate of Bard College International Center of Photography (2010) where she earned her M.F.A. in Advanced Photographic Studies. She currently holds the position of Chief Curator at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, and is co-director of the annual arts conference Tilting Axis and Caribbean Linked Residency Program.